LOS ANGELES, Calif. - UPDATE: 10/2/2017 1:16 p.m.
The University of Southern California Police Department said there's been no shooting on campus.
USC Department of Public Safety said, " Systematic search was conducted in coordination with USCDPS. No danger to community."
Los Angeles police are responding to reports of a shooting at the University of Southern California.
Officer Irma Mota says calls came in around 12:20 p.m. Monday near the north end of campus, which is near downtown Los Angeles.
She says officers found no immediate evidence of gunfire. They are searching a building. She didn't have any additional information.
USC sent out campus-wide alerts announcing police activity near Fertitta Hall. Students and faculty are being urged to avoid the area or shelter in place.
A university alert says shots were reported but not confirmed.